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Do you own a BluRay player?

Type: General
Yes 54% 22 Votes
No 46% 19 Votes
Not yet but plan to soon 0% 0 Votes

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41 Votes Total

Sep 11, 2012

Poll Replies (15)

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Msg # User Message Date

1

BadMrFrosty (56) I have a Playstation 3 which has a bluray player built in but I have never used it to watch a movie. In fact I have only used a DVD/CD for movies/music a couple of times in the last few years as aside from games I am almost totally digital.
09-11-12  12:04am

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otoh (54) Likewise, I have one by way of a PS3. I rent DVDs by post (cheaper than online!) and where the option exists, I go for the Blu-Ray... although am largely underwhelmed by it.

It's noticeably better on animated films; otherwise, although you can tell it's better if you actually go out of your way to notice it, it makes little difference in the actual enjoyment of the film.

09-11-12  01:00am

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tangub (151) No, i've so far allowed that technology to pass me by and i have no plans to buy one anytime soon. On the rare occasion I might want to sit down and watch a movie i'm still happy enough with my dvd player.
09-11-12  03:39am

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pat362 (371) I've had one for at least 3 years.
09-11-12  05:43am

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TheSquirrel (53) Not since they killed Steve Irwin.
09-11-12  07:55am

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nygiants03 (162) yeah.. they are dirt cheap now
09-11-12  09:57am

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Toadsith (48) Yup. For many, many years.
09-11-12  10:04am

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messmer (137) No, I have a DVD Player that is only being used once or twice a year the rest of the time we get our movies through cable.
09-11-12  10:29am

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Cybertoad (Disabled) Family owns a video store need I say more LOL
( no they do not rent porn) :-(

09-11-12  11:18am

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lk2fireone (194) I rent DVDs from Redbox. But have never watched a BluRay film.
09-11-12  03:47pm

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gaypornolover (38) Nope - still have my old CRT TV which I am perfectly happy with so I'd see no benefit from a Blu-Ray player.

As they can play DVDs too and are pretty affordable now, when my current TV breaks I'll replace it with a HD one and get a Blu-Ray player to go with it, but I'm in no particular hurry to get one.

09-11-12  10:36pm

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Monahan (42) REPLY TO #3 - tangub :

Roger that. Exactly my answer too.
09-12-12  12:52am

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jberryl69 (Disabled) Amazing people actually have comments to a Yes/No answer - though I would have suspected had the third answer been chosen (which no one did) there would be one.
09-12-12  04:31pm

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RustyJ (145) Yes, the image quality is noticeable. Too bad the disks are not cheap.
09-12-12  09:28pm

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skippy (46) See my response under "TVs" poll. Including game consoles and computers, I have 12. Never watched a blu-ray porn, though. :-(
12-08-12  09:07am

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